I’m currently out of the country so I haven’t had a chance to do much writing recently. Everyone here’s passed out and I’m waiting for my phone to charge so I can go into town. Sooooooo I thought I’d jump on and offer a little insight to keeping moving while traveling. Continue reading “Moving While Traveling”
We spend a lot of time hunched over things. All this hunching tends to shorten the muscles on the back of the neck. Here’s a really simple stretch that can help lengthen everything back out.
All you need is something overhead to rest your hand on, like a door frame. With nothing more than that and a few minutes of your time you can do a lot to help restore these muscles to their natural length..
Here’s the link to the referenced blog post: How’s Your Headset
It’s generally assumed that by the time people reach adulthood, they have an adequate ability to balance. But is that really true? Balance is a skill that requires practice and refinement. We spend most of our time walking in over-built shoes on very well-groomed surfaces. Continue reading “Balance Is a Skill Too”
Last week while rock climbing, I noticed that there was a woman belaying who was not very comfortable belaying at all. Belaying is the person who spots the person climbing. The belayer pulls up the slack in the rope as the climber ascends the wall. The belayer is the only thing that keeps the climber from hitting the ground if he falls. Continue reading “Risk vs Reward vs Challenge”
A little while ago I wrote an article called Organic Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be. Now I’m going to tell you why you should buy organic if you buy wheat. As I stated in my previous article, the main benefit to buying organic is to limit your ingestion of chemicals. Continue reading “Why You should Buy Organic Wheat”
There are a lot of ways the human body can move. But there is one movement that definitely takes the cake as our principle movement. That would have to be walking. It works the body in many important ways, especially when the body is loaded properly. Continue reading “The Superfood of Movement”